The lines were long as passengers finally took the opportunity to return home or go back to work. But regional rules complicated the resumption of air travel in India.
As Indians board domestic flights, protocols are being put in place to protect passengers from COVID-19. However, some travelers say they feel unsafe as rules are ignored and airlines play down health risks.
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As India struggles to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, small moments of happiness often get overlooked. For 80-year-old Shashi Luthra, getting stuck in Delhi meant rediscovering her connection with her elder sister.
The resumption of domestic flights in India was marked by chaos as several flights were canceled without passengers being warned in advance. Regional rules also complicated the resumption of travel.
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